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Improv activities [Photo]

Mahogany Thomas, center, plays a game called "Honey, If You Love Me..." with the cast members of the play "Check Under the Bed," which she is directing.

Going over notes [Photo]

Mahogany Thomas, a 13-year-old eighth-grader at West Junior High School and director of the one-act play, "Check Under the Bed", goes over notes she took during play rehearsal. Thomas told her cast members they had to be able to tune out distractions when performing. The play will be performed Friday and Saturday at Smithton Middle School.

Preparing for the play [Photo]

Mahogany Thomas, center-left, plays a game called "Honey, If You Love Me..." with her cast members in preparation for plays, which she directs, Friday and Saturday at Smithton Middle School. Here, René, center, tries to make Briana Grant, far left, smile.

Honey, if you love me [Photo]

Mahogany Thomas, a 13-year-old eighth-grader at West Junior High School and director of the one-act play "Check Under the Bed," plays a game called "Honey, If You Love Me..." with her sixth- and seventh-grade cast members. In the game, the person in the center of the circle tries to make someone smile by saying, "Honey, if you love me, will you please, please, please smile?" If the chosen individual can successfully stay composed while replying, "Honey, I love you, but I just can't smile," then they remain in the outer circle.

Predicting warmer winter weather [Graphic]

Warmer temperatures might lead to less snowfall this winter.

Two-way players tough it out [Photo]

Chaun Nebbitt and Josh Williams fight for the ball during a drill at Hickman football practice Wednesday. Nebbitt and Williams are two of about a dozen Kewpie players who play both offense and defense.

AUDIO: 24th District Missouri House candidate Chris Kelly responds to questions from the Missourian [Audio]

24th District Missouri House candidate Chris Kelly responds to the following topics:

Why are you the best candidate to represent this district?
Explain your positions on and ideas about higher education in Missouri.
Explain your positions on and ideas about K-12 education in Missouri.
What are the best strategies for improving Missouri’s highways?
What do you think the next General Assembly should do to address health care in Missouri?
Assess Missouri’s economic climate and tell us what you would do to improve it.

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AUDIO: 24th District Missouri House candidate Ed Robb fields questions from the Missourian [Audio]

24th District Missouri House candidate Ed Robb responds to the following topics:

Why are you the best candidate to represent this district?
Explain your positions on and ideas about higher education in Missouri.
Explain your positions on and ideas about K-12 education in Missouri.
What are the best strategies for improving Missouri’s highways?
What do you think the next General Assembly should do to address health care in Missouri?
Assess Missouri’s economic climate and tell us what you would do to improve it.

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Ed Robb, Republican candidate for 24th district [Photo]

Ed Robb, the Republican candidate for Missouri's 24th House District, talks with Matt McGee at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia during the watch party Tuesday.

Chris Kelly, Democratic candidate for Missouri's 24th House District [Photo]

Chris Kelly, the Democratic candidate for Missouri’s 24th House District, has been going door-to-door nearly every day since announcing his candidacy for the seat in September 2007.

Steve Hobbs [Photo]

Republican incumbent Steve Hobbs is running for the 21st District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives.

Kelly Schultz [Photo]

Democrat Kelly Schultz is running for the 21st District seat in the Missouri House of Representatives.

Steve Hobbs [Audio]

21st District Missouri House candidate Steve Hobbs responds to the following topics:

Why are you the best candidate to represent this district?
Explain your positions on and ideas about higher education in Missouri.
Explain your positions on and ideas about K-12 education in Missouri.
What are the best strategies for improving Missouri’s highways?
What do you think the next General Assembly should do to address healthcare in Missouri?
Access Missouri’s economic climate and tell us what you would do to improve it.
Are there other issues you would like to address?

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Kelly Schultz [Audio]

21st District Missouri House candidate Kelly Schultz responds to the following topics:

Why are you the best candidate to represent this district?
Explain your positions on and ideas about higher education in Missouri.
Explain your positions on and ideas about K-12 education in Missouri.
What are the best strategies for improving Missouri’s highways?
What do you think the next General Assembly should do to address healthcare in Missouri?
Access Missouri’s economic climate and tell us what you would do to improve it.
Are there other issues you would like to address?

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BILL TO FUND KCOU FAILS TO PASS, DISCUSSIONS CONTINUE [Graphic]

KCOU bill voted down in MSA senate on Wednesday.

Steve Hobbs speaks [Video]

Rep. Steve Hobbs speaks at a Boone County Republican forum. Hobbs is seeking his fourth and final term in the 21st District of the Missouri House of Representatives.

Kelly Schultz campaigns [Video]

Kelly Schultz campaigns with her husband, Loren, and daughter Brianna in Mexico and Hallsville. Schultz is running for a seat in the 21st District of the Missouri House.

MU volleyballl player Weiwen Wang [Photo]

Weiwen Wang, an Missouri sophomore, hits through the Kansas block Oct. 15 at Hearnes Center. Wang tied a career-high with 16 kills and a .438 hitting percentage in the Tigers' victory.

Shoe Factory District kicks off in Columbia [Graphic]

Shoe Factory District Neighborhood Association splits away [Photo]

Car tail lights and headlights streak past the The Atkins Building located at 1123 Wilkes Blvd., which was originally a shoe factory. The Atkins family is remodeling the building into lofts with the help of federal money set aside for historic places.
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